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Search for a Murderer. PERPETRATOR OF THE W[?] LONG TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901
Search for a Murderer,^! PERPETRATOR OF THE \\H Long tragedy. I The Albury police Magistrate isln^B iuquiries made amongst Indian hai^| in connection With the murder wki^H place near Wyalong some two or ^H months ago. About three weeks aj^B body of a Chinamen was found hidiii^H some scrub near Wyalong. It was^H advanced state of decomposition ii^H time of the discovery, but there sufficient evidence to show that the 1 had been murdered, presumably fa money. Two Indian hawkeiswbj eeen in the locality about the timed murder were suspected of being conn in the murder. These men bad I peared before the body was found,] have not been seen since. It has] suggested that they might be aw hawkers now located in the U trict. Waggons which were being £1 by the suspected men bore similvj to two which belong to hawkers tiJ in that portion of Riverina, and thai other features of similarity. Then are visiting the Indian camps in thel district, but so far no arrests hntj made. Some of the men inter...
The Deniliquin Jockey Club. A SPLENDID GATHERING. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901
The Deniliquin Jockey Club. A SPLENDID GATHERING. FIRST DAY. I By Wkllebley.1 Office-Bearers : — Chairman — W. Kil patrick. Stewards — Dr. Noyes, and Messrs R. W. M'Laurin, O. Wilshire, A. J. M'Laurin, J. Geraghty, S. Fox, F. B. Falkiner, H. Lloyd, C. F. De Fraga, G. R. Iselin, F. Sparrow, H. Hawkins, W. R. Clarke, O. Falkiner, E. J. Laman. Judge— Mr W. Kilpat rick. Weighing Stewards — Messrs S. Fox and H. Hawkins. Clerk of the Course — Mr J. Everitt. Handicapper — W. E. Dakin. Starter— A. J. M'Laurin. Saddlecloth Steward— Mr F. Sparrow. Supervisors of Entrances — Messrs J. Geraghty and H. Lloyd. Stewards for the Flat— Messrs A. J. M'Laurin, G. R. Iselin, and F. B. Fal kiner. Timekeeper— Mr J. Falkiner. Protest Stewards — Messrs R. W. M'Laurin, G. R. Iselin, O. Wilshire, W. R. Clarke, and Dr. Noyes. ' Secre tary — Murray Wyse. 'Once more into the breach, dear friends, once more.' The quotation fits the time as nothing else would do. As regularly as the month of July comes round in e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901
SATURDAY NEXT. At 10.30 o'Clock. Sharp. At Tattersall'- Hotel Yards. MACKENZIE DKOTHEUS will Offer for Sale by Auction 1 PIANO BOX BUGGY. 1 TIP DRAY. BUGGY and DRaY HARNESS And SA.DULKS. 4 HEAD oE HORSES (including 2 Msitps with Foals at toot). ' CHAMPION.' the Thoroughbred Clydesdale Stallion, owned by Cfrarle3 Lee, Esq., of Booroorban. ALSO,— On Account of C. F. De Fraga, Esq. : l nnnRLR.SEA.TED BUGGY, nearlv new. 1 SINGLE-SRAT1SD (Ash and Hickory var nished) BUGGY. 1 SINGLE-SEATED HOODED BUGGY. 1 SINGLE-SEATED BUGGY. 2 SULK'ES (in good order). 1 PAIR o[ GREY BUGGY HORSES. 2 PA Hi of BAY PONltiS. 6 GOOD SINGLE and DOUBLE HARNESS HOUSES and PONIES. 8 SKI'S SINGLE and DOUBLE HARNESS. C GENTS.' SADDLES, 1 LADY'S SADDLE. SUNDRY LOT OF HARNESS. . 1 HONISCH PIANO (.hi view at Mr Dc bYaiia's residence in George-street). Further Entries Invited. MACKENZIE BROTHERS, Auctioneers. FOOTBALL. CUMMERAGUNGA v DENILIQUIN. CRICKET GROUND THIS MORNING. Play to commence at 10 o'clock sharp. ADMISSIO...
Deniliquin Police Court. TUESDAY, JULY 16. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901
Deniliquin Police Court. ? Tuesday, July 16. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Georae Nevins was charged with threaten ing laiiLMiage, and was ordered to enter into recognizances of £20, with two sureties of £10 each, or one of £20, to be of good behaviour for six months, in default to be imprisoned in Deniliquin gaol for three months. George could not obtain sureties and went to gaol. Dina Flora Williams was charged with the larceny of 10s, the property of Peter Archibald. She elected to be summarily dealt with and pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to two months in Deniliquin gaol, the sentence to be suspended on defendant entering into recognizances, self in £20, arid two sureties of £10, or one of £20, to be of good behaviour for 12 months. Defendant went to gaol. Wednesday, July 17. (Before the Police Magistrate). Henry Anderson pleaded guilty to being drunk in Cressy-street, and was fined 2s 6d nr 24 hmirs. Anderson took it out. Richard Smith was charged with using indecent langu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901
ERONI BROS. RON! DROS. Ciprtijc axd BwB Baat E Xa£*K&-$^S ana Iftt 6 l£z-a AS USUAL.— A Great Success ! ALL PROMISES FULFILLED TEE PCBMC AND PRESS VERDICT IS: ' A GREAT SHOW.' SEASON POSITIVELY CLOSES TO-HIGHT, — PRICES AS USUAL. — A CARD. 0!-. G. De kacy JVIacCapthy, GRADUATE IN AR1S. MEDICINE, ? AND SURHB11Y, ? MEDICAL SCHGLAtt AS'i) GOLD MhDALLiST OF TRINITY COLLKGH, DCKLTN. ^Formerly resuleat in Great Ormonri Street Cltild =? ien'8 Hospital ; Broujrhloa Consumption Hospiial, London : St. Mtrv'6Mid ^ wifery Hospital. Manchester ; Hotel Dieu, Paris), Has commenced pvact ice in DeniTjIQUIS and Distjuct. ? For the present can 1m»} & nsulieri at '? '' lie Lodge'' Miss Driseoll's. Cressy Street, Deriilioiiin. REWARD. LOST on Thursday between Wellin-ilon and Cressy Kreets a PURSE containing GOLD and SKiVEIi. Kinder will receive a reward on retmniii^.Rfiine in this offick.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901
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THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901
THE SETTLING. The settling was held at the Globe Hotel in the evening, when the following cheques were paid over : — W. J. Palmar, £10, first in Trial Stakes ; T. M' Master, £te, first in both Hurdle races ; C. Christison, £49 10s, first in Sires' Produce Stakes; M.Rohan, £35, first in Cup ; R. Forrest, £53, firftt in Flying Handicap and first in Steeplechase ; W. R. Holmes, £22, first in Bracelet and first in the Two-year-old race; H. J. Thom son, £27, first in July Handicap, and second in Cup ; A. E. Hopewell, £15, first in Town Plate ; J. D. Clifford, £10, first in Conso lation Race ; J. Evans, £3, second in First Hurdle Race; T. Kiniry, £6, second in Bracelet and second in July Handicap ; J. Fitzmaurice, £5, second in Steeplechase; T. Elliott, £3, second in Second Hurdle Race ; Hamilton Bros., £10, owner of the sire of the winner of the Produce Stakes ; F. Sparrow, £5, second in Sires' Produce Stakes; J. Cox, £2, second in Flying Handicap. Total, £299 10s.
The Deniliquin Jockey Club. A SPLENDID GATHERING. SECOND DAY. [BY WELLESLEY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901
The Deniliquin Jockey Club. A SPLENDID GATHERING. SECOND DAY. ! By WbllebTjGT.1 The second day's meeting drew a larger attendance than on the first, and the weather ?was even better than Tuesday. The success of the meeting was unfortunately marred hy the number of complaints and inquiries that were made during the day. They commenced with the first race of the day, the July Han dicap, when an inquiry was held into the rnnninff of Tara. resulting in the disqualifi tion of the trainer, M. Rohan, and the jockey A. Moodie, for 12 months. The decision is a peculiar one to say the least of it. In my opinion the disqualification should never have been imposed, but why should the. trainer and jockey be ' rubbed out ' and the owner and the horse allowed to go free. More will, no doubt, be heard of oi it. The committee were again called together after the two-year-old race, when Mr M'Culloch was asked as to Lieutenant Bill being left at the post. This action was unnecessary, as the starter an...
Farewelling our New Member. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901
Farewellingour New Member. Oa Thursday morning lost a number of ' representative ciiizuus wet at the Town Hall to say good-bye to Mr J. G. Evans, prior to leaving for Sydney to take up bis Piu-liaiiK'iH.-iry duties. The Mayor occupied the chair, mid in asking the com pany to drink success to their guest said that Mr Jiivans name had been connected with every institution for tbe welfare of the town aud district, and he hoped that he would long retain his position in Parliament. Alderman Jones said ho would like to add hia testimony on behalf of the rising genera tion, and testify to the good work done by Alderman J; G. Evans. His name had , been associated wilh Deniliquin for many years, and sitting at the table wore gentle men who had assisted our guest in forming ibis town into a Municipality. On behalf of the youth of Deniliquin he was proud that Mr Evans' long service had been recognised, and hoped that he would live long to enjoy the honor that had been conferred upon him. Mr Ja...
CATHOLIC BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901
CATHOLIC BAZAAR. As certain as Show and Race week comes round, so surely- will you have a Bazaar; and why not 1 There is always plenty of foreign capital about that week, and it is the only means that the persons interested have qf wiping off the debt on a local institution of anv kind. One year the Deniliquin Jcckey Club held a Bazaar to wipe off- their debt and another year the School of Arts had a Bazaar with the same object in view ; but this year the Bazaar was held in the Town Hall, for the purpose of reducing the. heavy debt that is still hanging over, the Catholic Church property
Federal Defences. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901
Federal Defences. Major-General French returned to Sydney on F- ida y, by the northern mail from Brisbane. He has been up to Thursday Island on a visit of inspection connected with the fortifications ami garrisons, and was ac companied by Ci lontl Finn, the Queens land Commandant, Major Bridges, and Major Owen, of the New South Wales .defence torce. lhese lour onicers consti tute an expei t Committee of Inquiry, ap pointed by the Federal Government, to njaw up a report ''on coastal defences. ?.Jefjjje, three New South Wales officers left ^r^ney on the 27th ult. in the Japanese steamer Kasuga Maru. They were joined in Brisbane by Colonel Finn, and pro ceeded north together by the same vessel reaching Thursday Island on the 4th of this month. They returned to Brisbane by the RosetU Maru 14«t week. General French was a member of the committee which originally recommended the Queensland defences, also .those at Albany. He was also Queensland Com mandant prior t& taking over comm...
Sensational Shooting Case. TWO YOUNG LADIES INJURED. UNREQUITED AFFECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901
Sensational Shooting Case. TWO YOUNG LADIES INJURED. UNREQUITED AFFECTION. A good deal of excitement was caused m the vicinity of Her Majesty's Theatre, Sydney, on Saturday night on its becom ing known that two of the barmaids in the dress-circle bar had been fired at, and that one of them was so seriously wounded that it was not then thought she would survive the injuries. The names of the injured women are Ellen Jenkins and Alice M'Carthy. Miss Jenkins was fired at three times, and hit twics. The second shot missed her, and struck Miss M'Carthy whose injuries, however, proved to be very slight. The occurrence took place at about 20 minutes past eleven, soon after the theatre had closed. It seems that on several occasions lately a man who apparently wished to get on good terms with Miss Jenkins h=»d called at the hotel. He did so at a quarter-past 10 on Saturday night. He was about to enter the saloon-bar, when Mr Lane, the lessee of the hotel, fearing some disturbance might be cau...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901
DOCTORS PRESCRIBE DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE WITH SATISFACTORY AND PERMANENT RESULTS. 1 Dr. Bourchier's Certificate. 12J Redfern Street, Sydney, NSW. To the Dr. Williams* Medicine Co., Sydney. Dear Sirs, For some time I have been in the habit of recommending Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to my patients with excellent results. As a tonic, their effect is most satisfactory and permanent. In Anaemia, Chlorosis, and allied dis eases I have found them very valuable, and in irregularities they art un equalled, (Signed), . . . J. G. BOURCHIER, M.L., F.S.Sc. (LOND.), J,P. Latv Government Medical Officer, N.S.W. , Anemia (Bloodlessness)— Cured. i *To thk Dr. Williams' Msdicinr Co, Sydniv. ' DtMt Sirs, — I have been suffering for the last three years from a ntw foolish act. One day in summer three years ago, whilst I was very hot, I took a cold water bath. This brought on serious irregularities. 1 became very weak in my lot And legs, and was even hardly able to get about. I suffered ...
ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901
ECHDCA. . The steamers Roth bury and Bantam arrived from Mtldura, the Alert from Swan Hill, and the Success -. from the scene of the Shannon. Tbe Rothbury and Pride have since sailed for Mildura. Trooper Angus of the Victorian Bushmen, is to be tendered a social at Gunbower on his retura. this week. . . . . ? - ? .. ? Several nice showers of rain fell on Monday, the registration at the police station being 14 points. A man named T, fiodington, aged 56 years, em ployed at Stratton's flour mil), had occasion to call at Ferguson's saddlery shop. Whilst there he got his right band in a teasing machine, which badly lacerated bis fingers. It is probable that two of the injured fingers will have to.be amputated. John Logue, aged 60 years, a shearer, whilst in .* ebriated, fell on the footpath near the Palace hote' on Thursday afternoon, lie was badly. cut about the bead, necessitating the insertion of six stitches. He was attended to at the bbspital. Tbe Echuca Agricultural Society on Thur...
Pastoral and Agricultural Society's Show. THE SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901
Pastoral and Agricultural Society's Show. THE SECOND'dAY. The Show was continued on Friday in fine weather ; but the attendance was hardly up to the previous year. The principal competitions on the second day were the hunters and hacks, and carriage an* buggy horses. The special feature of tbA Show was the parade of horses and veHicles in the afternoon, and which was much ap-. predated by the onlookers. In our last week's issue wo published all the prizes awarded on the first day ; and the following are the results of the second day's judging : — Dairy Cow, any breed, with or without calf. Fir6t piize, £2 ; second, U-s.— W. B. Pollard, 1 ; J. McKenzie, 2 ; T. C Gillies, 3. Four entries. Be^t Shorthorn Bull, any age. First prize. £3 3s (presented by J. V. Ingram, Esq.)— Exors. W. J. Clarke. J ; Ezors M. O'Shanassy, 2. Two entries. Best Shorthorn Cow, nny nge. First prize, £2 2s (presented by Messrs K. and W. Naughton).— Exors. W. .'. Clarke, 1. Two entries. Two Fat Bullocks First pri...
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. A daring case of attempted garroting in Bonrke fitrect lust week had a very unfortunate ending tor ii well-known criminal named Frank Williams, who was arrested by Selective Manning on a charge of being concerned in tlie affair. At 11 o'clock Satur day night an old man named Thomas Moore, wbo was Standing in a right-of-way off Bourke-street, a little below its intersection with Queen-street, saw two men approach a man who was staggering, ap parently intoxicated, up the right-of-way across the street, one or them caught him by the throat, and a scuffle cnsue.1, whiuli cuded by the man wrench ing himself free and rui.ninginto Bourke-street, where be stnrted crying ' Murder 1 ' 'Police !' ' '? Garrotters I ' at I he* top of his voice. It happened that Cons' able Joseph Hennessy, of Bourke-Btreet; . west, was patrolling tlie lane in which the Binglo spectator was standing ami his attention. was at once called to the mutter by Moore. But no sooner had the inte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901
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An Important Appraisement Decision. THE QUESTION OF MORTGAGEES' CONSENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901
An Important Appraisement Decision. THE QUESTION OF MORTGAGEES1 CONSENTS. The important point as to whether mortgagees may give a conditional consent to application* for the appraisement of capital value of conditional purchases and leases came before the Hay Land Board on Wednesday last week. When the applications of Mr C. C. Hough were called on, Mr Alexander called the. Board's attention to the consent of the mortgagees, the Australian Joint Stock tfauk. The prescribed form had been added to by the words, '? cm the express stipulation that no residence condition be imposed.' The chairman asked if there was anything in the Act showing that mortgagees could make such a stipulation. Mr Alexander said he did not object to the Board going on if the applicant risked it, The Chairman : Have we got any consent at all? Mr Alexander Raid it appeared to him that if tlie Board held it had no consent, the class of people were most in need of Tc-appraitemeut would be absolutely debarred if the...